The Native Americans ClipArt gallery offers 201 illustrations of the history, culture, weapons, ornaments, and more of several Native American tribes.

An Indian on Warpath, carrying an axe and a torch.

Indian on Warpath

An Indian on Warpath, carrying an axe and a torch.

Scene of a group of Native Americans on a reservation.

Scene on an Indian Reservation

Scene of a group of Native Americans on a reservation.

Indian robes are commonly made of buffalo skins, with the hair remaining, and the inside finely and delicately dressed. On this side are painted representations of the battles in which the possessor has been engaged.

Indian Robe

Indian robes are commonly made of buffalo skins, with the hair remaining, and the inside finely and…

A palisaded Indian Town in Alabama during early Spanish America.

Indian Town

A palisaded Indian Town in Alabama during early Spanish America.

An Indian village at the Roanoke settlement.

Indians Village

An Indian village at the Roanoke settlement.

A collection of Native American war clubs, weapons used for war.

Indian War Clubs

A collection of Native American war clubs, weapons used for war.

Native Americans fully dressed.

Indians

Native Americans fully dressed.

Indians lined up to go into the court-house yard

Indians

Indians lined up to go into the court-house yard

Indians surprising a settlement.

Indians

Indians surprising a settlement.

Various Creek Indians

Creek Indians

Various Creek Indians

"Delaware Indians acting as scouts for the Federal army in the West. General Fremont, on taking command in the West in 1861, while he shrank from employing the Indians as soldiers, saw the advantage of using them as scouts, and for this purpose organized a band of them, selecting only the most reliable, robust and best characterized. They soon made their value known by the early intelligence they brought of the enemy's movements. Some of them were also employed by General Grant." —Leslie, 1896

Delaware Indians

"Delaware Indians acting as scouts for the Federal army in the West. General Fremont, on taking command…

"Delaware Indians acting as scouts for the Federal army in the West. General Fremont, on taking command in the West in 1861, while he shrank from employing the Indians as soldiers, saw the advantage of using them as scouts, and for this purpose organized a band of them, selecting only the most reliable, robust and best characterized. They soon made their value known by the early intelligence they brought of the enemy's movements. Some of them were also employed by General Grant." —Leslie, 1896

Delaware Indians

"Delaware Indians acting as scouts for the Federal army in the West. General Fremont, on taking command…

"Delaware Indians acting as scouts for the Federal army in the West. General Fremont, on taking command in the West in 1861, while he shrank from employing the Indians as soldiers, saw the advantage of using them as scouts, and for this purpose organized a band of them, selecting only the most reliable, robust and best characterized. They soon made their value known by the early intelligence they brought of the enemy's movements. Some of them were also employed by General Grant." —Leslie, 1896

Delaware Indians

"Delaware Indians acting as scouts for the Federal army in the West. General Fremont, on taking command…

"Delaware Indians acting as scouts for the Federal army in the West. General Fremont, on taking command in the West in 1861, while he shrank from employing the Indians as soldiers, saw the advantage of using them as scouts, and for this purpose organized a band of them, selecting only the most reliable, robust and best characterized. They soon made their value known by the early intelligence they brought of the enemy's movements. Some of them were also employed by General Grant." —Leslie, 1896

Delaware Indians

"Delaware Indians acting as scouts for the Federal army in the West. General Fremont, on taking command…

A drawing of a brutal attack on an Iroquois fort.

Attack on an Iroquois Fort

A drawing of a brutal attack on an Iroquois fort.

A "long house" where up to fifty families would live, built by the Native American tribe, the Iroquois.

Iroquois Long House

A "long house" where up to fifty families would live, built by the Native American tribe, the Iroquois.

A drawing of a Jesuit missionary preaching to Native Americans.

A Jesuit Missionary Preaching to the Indians

A drawing of a Jesuit missionary preaching to Native Americans.

An illustration of the death of King Phillip at the hands of another Native American.

Death of King Phillip

An illustration of the death of King Phillip at the hands of another Native American.

A picture showing typical indian life.

Indian Life

A picture showing typical indian life.

Long House of the Iroquois

Long House

Long House of the Iroquois

Long House of the Iroquois Indians.

Long House

Long House of the Iroquois Indians.

An illustration of a man preaching to a group of Native Americans with teepees.

Man Preaching to Native Americans

An illustration of a man preaching to a group of Native Americans with teepees.

Native American dwellings on Manhattan Island, before the Dutch settlement

Manhattan Island Before the Dutch Settlement

Native American dwellings on Manhattan Island, before the Dutch settlement

Massasoit Sachem or Ousamequin was the sachem, or leader, of the Pokanoket, and "Massasoit" of the Wampanoag Confederacy.

Massasoit's Lodge

Massasoit Sachem or Ousamequin was the sachem, or leader, of the Pokanoket, and "Massasoit" of the Wampanoag…

Mexican bowl with spirals and zigzags sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Bowl

Mexican bowl with spirals and zigzags sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican duck jar sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Duck Jar

Mexican duck jar sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican jar.

Mexican Jar

Mexican jar.

Mexican jar with spiral design sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Jar

Mexican jar with spiral design sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican jar with serpent design sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Jar

Mexican jar with serpent design sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Tusayan jar (Mexico) sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Jar

Tusayan jar (Mexico) sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican stone pipe bowl sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Pipe Bowl

Mexican stone pipe bowl sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Terra-Cotta Head sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

Mexican Terra-Cotta Head

Mexican Terra-Cotta Head sketched in the American Museum of Natural History in New York.

This illustration shows the murder of Miss M'Crea by two Native Americans.

Miss M'Crea

This illustration shows the murder of Miss M'Crea by two Native Americans.

A missionary in a long black robe addresses a group of seated Native Americans. The setting is a collection of Plains Indian teepees, although the surroundings are forested.

Missionary Addressing Native Americans

A missionary in a long black robe addresses a group of seated Native Americans. The setting is a collection…

A distant view of Moqui, with sheep-pens in the foreground.

Moqui

A distant view of Moqui, with sheep-pens in the foreground.

An ancient mortar used with pestle made by Native Americans.

Mortar

An ancient mortar used with pestle made by Native Americans.

A mound made by Native Americans in Marietta, Ohio.

Mound

A mound made by Native Americans in Marietta, Ohio.

Mount Builders, the name applied to a prehistoric race of North America, of which remarkable remains have been found in various portions of the continent, especially in the Mississippi valley, the state of Washington, and in Yucatan.

Mound Builders

Mount Builders, the name applied to a prehistoric race of North America, of which remarkable remains…

The seal of the Muscogee Nation.

Muscogee Seal

The seal of the Muscogee Nation.

Ancient works on the Muskingum in Ohio.

Muskingum

Ancient works on the Muskingum in Ohio.

The face of a Native American.

Native American

The face of a Native American.

Native American riding horse from an illustration by Frederick Remington.

Native American

Native American riding horse from an illustration by Frederick Remington.

A Native American's face and two canoes in the background.

Native American Border

A Native American's face and two canoes in the background.

"An early day Indian camp." -Foster, 1921

Native American Camp

"An early day Indian camp." -Foster, 1921

"Indian explaining the method of kindling a fire by the friction of two pieces of wood." —Wells, 1857

Native American Teachers

"Indian explaining the method of kindling a fire by the friction of two pieces of wood." —Wells,…

A male Native American with a large, feathered headdress walks through the woods.

Native American with Large Headress

A male Native American with a large, feathered headdress walks through the woods.

A young woman in Native American attire looks over a small child resting.

Native American Woman with Baby

A young woman in Native American attire looks over a small child resting.

Nast depicts the criticism of Native American's exclusion from franchise by the caption "move on!". "Has the Native American no rights that the naturalized American is bound to respect? The other nationalities may vote, but not the original American."

Criticism of Native American's Exclusion from Franchise

Nast depicts the criticism of Native American's exclusion from franchise by the caption "move on!".…

"The American buffalo, or more properly <em>bison</em>, is an object of great importance to the hunters and travellers in the western regions of this continent." &mdash; Goodrich, 1844

Native Americans hunting

"The American buffalo, or more properly bison, is an object of great importance to the hunters…

A Native American father and his son find a pony while hiking near the mountains.

Native Americans with Pony

A Native American father and his son find a pony while hiking near the mountains.

An unknown people inhabited the central portion of North America at an unknown period in its history. They left traces of agriculture and skill in arts.

Great Earthwork near Newark, Ohio

An unknown people inhabited the central portion of North America at an unknown period in its history.…

Fortified Onandaga village from the first Americans.

Onandaga

Fortified Onandaga village from the first Americans.

A council held by the Onondaga Indians.

An Onondaga Council

A council held by the Onondaga Indians.

Picture of Osceola arrested and taken prsioner.

Arrest of Osceola

Picture of Osceola arrested and taken prsioner.

Chief Osceola of the Florida Seminole Indians stands proudly at his tribe's village.

Osceola, Chief of the Seminoles

Chief Osceola of the Florida Seminole Indians stands proudly at his tribe's village.

A Native American baby in his cradle or carrier. The term "papoose" is used for both the child and the carrier.

Papoose

A Native American baby in his cradle or carrier. The term "papoose" is used for both the child and the…

A Native American pappoose, or child carrier, and cradle.

Indian Pappoose and Cradle

A Native American pappoose, or child carrier, and cradle.

An Indian Peace Pipe.

Peace Pipe

An Indian Peace Pipe.

A ceremonial smoking pipe used by the Native Americans.

Peace Pipe

A ceremonial smoking pipe used by the Native Americans.

Penn's Treaty with the Native Americans under the Elm Tree at Shackamaxon

Penn's Treaty with the Native Americans under the Elm Tree at Shackamaxon

Penn's Treaty with the Native Americans under the Elm Tree at Shackamaxon